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Damian Trevor - Laptop Wifi keeps disconnecting??? Help!!!!

Hello everyone, I am Damian Trevor I need some help from you all. My laptop Wi-fi keeps disconnecting and reconnecting, I am unable to think what to do. Did any one face this type of problem??
If any, please suggest me what I do. Mostly when i start doing some important work this problem usually disappoint me,and I am just fed-up with this. I also checked Wi-Fi setting. I have Windows 7 installed in my laptop, So I reboot Windows 7 on my laptop twice but the same problem arises.
I also confirm that my laptop is within range of the wireless router. Proper signal are there, but it continuously shows the same problem. so please help me out by your relevant solutions.

Thanks

Regards
Damian Trevor

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I can't see the make, model, age, etc.

Could be a failing WiFi card so try it wired and with USB WiFi next time.

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RE: I can't see the make, model, age, etc.

Thanks R. Proffitt for your valuable suggestion. I am sharing my laptop configuration & details which is given below. Is any way to check my laptop's wi-fi is working or not. If I Have no other option I will buy USB or wired Wi-Fi device.

Windows 7 64 bit
intel i3 IInd Generation
2 year
Lenovo Essential B490 (59-386769)

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It's old enough to see WiFi card failures.

I take it you are using the supplied OS and drivers only from Lenovo so onwards.

When I suspect a bum WiFi card I check it out by doing a factory restore then re-test. If it still fails I pop in a new card. Actually I pop in a new card first since the time costs more than the card here. Cards here are under 50USD (much less) and while we are in there we get out the canned air.

This makes me ask. Are you keeping up with your canned air vent cleaning? Heat can age parts fast. This is not optional and many makers and sellers don't tell you to do this often.

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Re: It's old enough to see WiFi card failures.

Thank-You R. Proffitt for suggesting me the tips regarding my query.Yes i agree with you as my laptop's Wifi age is completed, now I decided to buy a new Wifi USB router & i think that will be a better option for my laptop. Yes, I clean up my laptop regularly using the laptop vacuum cleaner.

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